Posted by Courtney Howard
ANNAPOLIS, Md., 1 March 2010. TeleCommunication Systems Inc. (TCS), a provider of high-availability and secure mobile communication technology, won a one-year, $1.2 million contract from the Defense Information Technology Contracting Office (DITCO) to provide the U.S. Army Central Command (CENTCOM) with space segment for its satellite operations.
CENTCOM is funding this procurement through GSA's SATCOM-II contract vehicle.
"TCS is focused on providing managed bandwidth to CENTCOM in support of its military objectives," says Jay Icard, vice president of TCS' government solutions group. "We look forward to continuing to fulfill CENTCOM's growing managed bandwidth needs for the fourth year in a row, as well as the broader SATCOM needs of the other U.S. military branches."
TCS offers end-to-end managed services for converged (IP-based) voice, video, and data solutions to organizations requiring seamless, highly secure connectivity between fixed sites and remote operations. TCS Managed Satellite Services solutions include private, shared, and outsourced network management through its global network, TCS-owned and operated satellite teleport infrastructure, 24 x 7 SwiftLink Operation Center, and global field service force.
TCS has established a record over the past decade as a trusted partner providing mission continuity through cost-effective, highly reliable secure satellite managed network solutions for government customers and mobile operators worldwide.
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